Register for an International Literature Forum on Audience Development in Aberystwyth
Friday 15 – Saturday 16 April 2016, Aberystwyth, Wales
Literature Across Frontiers, Aberystwyth University, is organising a two-day professional development and networking event to discuss developing audiences for international writing and literature in translation. People and organisations working in the field of international writing and translation from across Europe are invited to Aberystwyth in Wales to share ideas, knowledge and best practice.
The International Literature Forum aims to explore approaches to developing live, print and digital audiences for writing in translation; examine and highlight innovative projects and best practices; and provide an opportunity to discuss the concept of audience development across different art forms and its application in the field of literature. The programme consists of plenaries, workshops, sessions for arts policy and practice researchers, and public events. Find out more about the programme and book your place soon as tickets are limited.
Creative Europe Desk UK - Wales is organising an event for delegates as part of the forum and more details are announced in March.
The forum is part of the Literary Europe Live, Creative Europe-supported European Platform, which was has been awarded a grant of €455,000 from Creative Europe to work with 16 other partner organisations from across Europe. Having launched in 2015 and continuing until September 2017, Literary Europe Live is a project that aims to support the development of a vibrant and diverse European literary culture and ensure that it can be experienced by a broad range of audiences across Europe and beyond.
Image courtesy of Literature Across Frontiers.
26 Feb 2016